Back to Africa, Part 3
Have you read the first 2 parts of the "Back to Africa" blog? Please do, then you should read this one about Cape Town.
There was one part of the trip I was not looking forward to, that was the flight from the Hoedspruit Airport. Why? Because the plane had a single engine and only 9 seats. You could not stand up straight in the plane. But, this flight ended up being the smoothest ride of them all. We arrived at the Kruger Mpumalanga Airport to board the next flight to Cape Town, our last stop in South Africa. Our accommodations were at the V & A Waterfront Apartments, the four bedroom apartment had views of Table Mountain and the marina. We were fortunate to have Mimi join us in Cape Town. The photo was taken at the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, (l to r) Me, Eddis, Mimi, Marilyn, and Rosalyn.
My Cape Town Favorites
Shopping with our guide Donna
Lunch at The Pot Luck Club
Every shop we visited
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden with our guide Tarek
View of the Atlantic Ocean from Chapman’s Peak with our guide Tarek
Chef Bruce Robertson (His photo is below.)
We were blessed to have had a unique, once-in-a-lifetime culinary experience at his home, The Flagship.
Chef Bruce died on November 4, 2014.
Walking Tour with our guide Anine
Koeksisters from Wardia’s street stand
They are like savoury beignets.
Cooking demo with Gamidah
We learned how to prepare samosas and chili bites.
The District Six Museum
Houses the memories of the district before and after the people were forcibly moved when it was declared a white only area in 1966.
Lunch at Woza
Very good African fast food.
Delicious café mocha
More vacation photos can be seen in the Cape Town album.
Come back for the final blog about our adventure, it will be posted soon.